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AMC has released the first official photo from The Walking Dead season 4 which started shooting in Atlanta, Georgia this week. The image features Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, and he's looking really worn down. Of course, there's also a Walker standing behind him ready to slowly pounce. It may not be much, but it's something!
The Walking Dead is based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and it also stars Steven Yeun, Norman Reedus, Chandler Riggs, Lauren Cohan, Scott Wilson, Melissa McBride, Chad Coleman, Sonequa Martin-Green, Emily Kinney, Larry Gilliard Jr., David Morrissey, and Danai Gurira.
The Walking Dead will return this October with another 16-episodes!
- Joey Paur
I’m currently sifting my way through season two of the superb AMC horror-drama The Walking Dead and although I’m fairly new to the show, I can’t wait to view season three in time for the debut of the fourth in October.
Just this afternoon AMC have released the first official still from the next series, which kicked off shooting in Atlanta, Georgia in the Us this week.
Andrew Lincoln, Laurie Holden, Steven Yeun, Norman Reedus, Chandler Riggs, Lauren Cohan, Scott Wilson, Melissa McBride, Chad Coleman, Sonequa Martin-Green, Emily Kinney, Larry Gilliard Jr., David Morrissey and Danai Gurira star in Season 4, which will arrive in 16 all-new episodes on AMC in North America and Fox international channels around the world in October.
Can’t wait… Here’s the first look and be sure to check out our spoiler filled season three (part one) blog here.
- Paul Heath
"The Walking Dead" won't be back for quite some time, but production on season four is underway, and Rick Grimes looks like he's in trouble once again. AMC has released a First Look photo from the Atlanta set, featuring Andrew Lincoln as Grimes. There's no sign of The Governor (David Morrissey) or the others, as Rick appears to be taking a leisurely walk in the woods...but he's not alone. Could that be a White Walker behind him? Oh wait, wrong show. Take a look here: Also returning are stars Steven Yeun, Norman Reedus, Chad L. Coleman, Chandler Riggs, Lauren Cohan, Scott Wilson »
- Dave Lewis
The cast and crew of The Walking Dead returned to Atlanta, Georgia this week to begin filming the fourth season of the hit TV series and AMC has now debuted the first image from the show! Check it out below. Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, The Walking Dead stars Andrew Lincoln, Laurie Holden, Steven Yeun, Norman Reedus, Chandler Riggs, Lauren Cohan, Scott Wilson, Melissa McBride, Chad Coleman, Sonequa Martin-Green, Emily Kinney, Larry Gilliard Jr., David Morrissey and Danai Gurira. The Walking Dead will return this October with another 16-episode season. »
Production has now officially begun on Season 4 of The Walking Dead. Another summer in Hotlanta for our intrepid crew, minus a few more original characters. Will the war between the Governor and the prison escalate? Will the new prison-ers be a help or a hindrance? How will they explain Carl looking several months older?
We won’t know for quite some time, but AMC is tossing us a bone by releasing this great featurette of executive producer and special effects guru Greg Nicotero taking a new batch of zombie wannabes through their dragging, clawing paces.
Featurette: The Walking Dead – Season 4 Zombie School
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It’s notable that the publicity for The Walking Dead Season 4 had been stating it’s coming in October but now says “fall” – here’s hoping that means we may be getting it earlier. We’ll definitely keep you posted.
Season 4 of The Walking Dead, »
- Erin Willard
AMC has started production on season 4 of The Walking Dead, and they've released their first behind the scenes look at the highly anticipated season! The video features executive producer Greg Nicotero directing zombie school.
You know what's funny about this? If someone actually set up a zombie class like this, in a Yoga or martial arts class type setting, but for zombiism, I bet people would actually sign up for it. Zombie classes could be the next big thing in health and fitness!
If you saw a Zombie studio pop up in your area would you join?
The Walking Dead, the most watched drama in basic cable history, returned for an exhilarating third season on Sun., Oct. 14, 2012 at 9/8c. In this uncertain world, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his band of survivors must not only fight the dead, but also face a whole new fear: the living. A 16 episode season, »
- Joey Paur
Check it out inside.
Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, The Walking Dead stars Andrew Lincoln, Laurie Holden, Steven Yeun, Norman Reedus, Chandler Riggs, Lauren Cohan, Scott Wilson, Melissa McBride, Chad Coleman, Sonequa Martin-Green, Emily Kinney, Larry Gilliard Jr., David Morrissey and Danai Gurira.
The Walking Dead season 4 will return this October with another 16-episode season.
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Production on the fourth season of The Walking Dead began today and AMC has delivered a behind-the-scenes look at executive producer Greg Nicotero conducting "zombie school" for the new season. Check it out below. Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, The Walking Dead stars Andrew Lincoln, Laurie Holden, Steven Yeun, Norman Reedus, Chandler Riggs, Lauren Cohan, Scott Wilson, Melissa McBride, Chad Coleman, Sonequa Martin-Green, Emily Kinney, Larry Gilliard Jr., David Morrissey and Danai Gurira. The Walking Dead season 4 will return this October with another 16-episode season. »
*Updated 5/5 with new events and guests* There are dozens of horror and comic events every year, and that gives fans plenty of opportunities to meet Robert Kirkman or one of the many cast members from The Walking Dead. Although it’s a bit early for some of the bigger conventions to announce their full guest list, we put together an initial list of stops so you can start making your travel plans.
New to the The Walking Dead convention circuit in 2013 are Vincent M. Ward (Oscar) and Lew Temple (Axel), along with some of the other new cast members we saw in Season 3. If you’re looking to catch most of The Walking Dead cast together at once, your best chance will be at the San Diego Comic-Con in July and the New York Comic Con in October. Those looking to meet Norman Reedus will have plenty of opportunities, as »
- Jonathan James
We have a long long time to wait before The Walking Dead Season 4 graces our living rooms. How considerate, then, of AMC to release these behind-the-scenes pictures from the recently-concluded Season 3. They were even kind enough to include a disgusting one, and a few reminders of the creepiest tank ever. Remember and enjoy:
Season 4 of The Walking Dead, starring Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Melissa McBride, Chandler Riggs, Danai Gurira, Scott Wilson, Chad Coleman, Sonequa Martin-Green, Emily Kinney, and David Morrissey, premieres in October on AMC. »
- Erin Willard
With the ongoing news from Boston, the city is on lockdown and events are being cancelled.
After the terrible news from Boston, the FBI and law enforcment have been frantically searching for two confirmed suspects. Today a shoot out occured and one officer was shot and killed, with another one wounded. Luckily they were able to take out one of the low lifes that set the bombs earlier this week.
However the second suspect, a 19 year old we will not name or make famous, is still on the loose. Due to this the entire area of Boston is on complete lockdown. Trains and taxi's are not providing rides. The airport is still suprisingly running, but getting to and from the airport is complicated.
With the lockdown, the city has shut down all major events that were taking place today, and so far they are on hold for the weekend. The »
- email@example.com (Dustin Spino)
Okay, I’ll just come right out and say it. Wow, Season 3 of The Walking Dead was so much better than Season 2! And the second half of Season 3 was the best half. Here’s hoping that the trend continues when the series returns for its fourth season in October.
For now, however, let’s take some time to appreciate all that was the Season 3 Finale. We have the last of the weekly featurettes; an Inside the Episode, with the actors and producers discussing the characters’ motivations, a Making Of the Episode that reveals all that went into the very excellent prison assault scene, plus a bonus Making Of featurette that shows the technical aspects of shooting Andrea’s final scene; we even learn a new term, “dutching” the camera. See, fun and educational!
The Talked About Scene clip is of course Andrea’s and Milton’s. We have the highlights »
- Erin Willard
While being a "series regular" doesn't guarantee anything on The Walking Dead, it does come with a pay bump and a certain amount of prestige. So in addition to David Morrissey, there are several other very happy actors returning for season four.
Returning to The Walking Dead next season as full-fledged cast members (as opposed to recurring cast members) are Chad Coleman (Tyreese), Sonequa Martin-Green (Sasha), and Emily Kinney (Beth). While Coleman and Martin-Green only joined the cast this past season, it is about time Kinney got the promotion: she has been on the show since season two, and her father and sister (Scott Wilson and Lauren Cohan, who play Herschel and Maggie) were upgraded at the start of season three.
Also returning for season four is Melissa Ponzio. She plays Karen, the lone survivor of the Governor's psychopathic bloodbath in the third season finale. Ponzio will come on as a recurring guest star. »
- Alyse Wax
With the understanding that some of our beloved readers may not have had time to watch Sunday’s Season 3 finale of The Walking Dead, you’ll note that no names or faces graced the headline or top photo. Not knowing who might die is part of the fun horror of The Walking Dead. Proceed no further until you’ve seen that season finale.
Okay, now – wasn’t that great? I loved what Norman Reedus said about the writers, that they like to change things up so that every finale is different. We weren’t left with any big cliffhangers at the end of Season 3 like we were at the end of Season 2, but it was a nice change of pace that they didn’t. There was of course one major death from Our Gang, which, when added to the other two (or three, if you include Merle) we lost earlier, »
- Erin Willard
"The Walking Dead" continues to beef up its ensemble for Season 4, promoting recurring actors Chad L. Coleman (Tyreese), Sonequa Martin-Green (Sasha) and Emily Kinney (Beth) to full-time regulars and adding Melissa Ponzio (Woodbury massacre survivor Karen) to its roster of recurring players.
The moves signal a commitment to some of the comic book's core characters -- especially Tyreese -- and help to fill gaps created by the Season 3 loss of full-time cast members Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori), Michael Rooker (Merle) and Laurie Holden (Andrea), plus recurring players IronE Singleton (T-Dog), Lew Temple (Axel) and Dallas Roberts (Milton).
AMC's smash hit already confirmed the return of David Morrissey (The Governor) in Season 4.
Interestingly, the promotions for Coleman, Martin-Green and Kinney to full-time status appear to leave out recurring co-stars Melissa McBride (Carol) -- who has been with the show since Season 1 -- and Scott Wilson (Hershel) -- who arrived with Kinney »
The third season of The Walking Dead ended in much more somber way than last season. It was a much more reflective episode, on the mistakes made along the way by Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Andrea (Laurie Holden) and the Governor (David Morrissey). Tyreese (Chad Coleman) waited it all out and ended up safe in the end and for those expecting a fight to the finish– well, feel comfort knowing that the Governor and Carl (Chandler Riggs) agree with you.
Governor: In this life, you kill or you die… Or you die and you kill.
Like he has all season, the Governor got the ball rolling in “Welcome to the Tombs.” First, he delivered Milton (Dallas Roberts) at the welcome mat of death and opened the door to Zombieland, knowing he’ll eventually go after Andrea. The other was assembling an unexperienced army to storm the prison and kill as many »
- Ernie Estrella
Robert Kirkman, creator of Image's "The Walking Dead" comic book series and an executive producer of AMC's "The Walking Dead" TV series, commented about the death of one of the series' major characters during the Season Three Finale "Welcome To The Tombs", as well as Season Four spoilers :
Female characters will take a central role in Season Four," said Kirkman.
About the death of 'Andrea' (Laurie Holden) in the Season Finale, Kirkman explained that "It was definitely something that weighted upon us heavily. The unfortunate thing is that you’re not really going to see why this was a good decision and good for the show until season four.
"We thought having that tragic end to her story line — having 'Andrea' work so hard to save these people of 'Woodbury' and find a peaceful resolution to this conflict was really something worthy of the character.
"It’s also something »
- Michael Stevens
One of the most popular characters on AMC's "The Walking Dead", ultra-violent 'zombie' dramatic TV series, has died during the Season 3 Finale titled "Welcome To The Tombs".
Rip 'Andrea' (Laurie Holden) :
Andrea debuted in episode two of "The Walking Dead", titled "Guts", when she and a group of survivors become trapped in a department store during a supply run. They are saved by 'Glenn' (Steven Yeun) and newcomer 'Rick' (Andrew Lincoln), and make it back to their camp, where Andrea reunites with her sister 'Amy'.
Several days later, the camp is overrun with walkers and Amy is bitten. Andrea holds her dead sister for hours until she 'reanimates', and she shoots her. The group then take shelter at the 'Center for Disease Control' ('Cdc'), which is set to explode when the power runs out.
A depressed Andrea elects to stay behind and die. 'Dale' (Jeffrey DeMunn) attempts to convince »
- Michael Stevens
The third season of AMC's The Walking Dead has now come to its conclusion. We started this season by watching as Rick and his followers fought their way into an infested prison which they promptly turned into a secure place to start a new life. The prison was a central focus in the season finale but it has turned into a very different place. We also lost a couple of characters in this last hour, though after suffering a season's worth of emotional turmoil, it's the survivors might actually be the worst off. Starring Andrew Lincoln, David Morrissey, Chandler Riggs, Melissa McBride, Laurie Holden, Danai Gurira, Michael Rooker, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Scott Wilson, Dallas Roberts, Emily Kinney, Chad Coleman and Lew Temple, AMC’s The Walking Dead airs Sunday nights at 9. Hit the jump for my review of the season three finale, "Welcome to the Tombs." [Spoiler Alert: All reviews and recaps come with a general spoiler warning from this point onward.] This »
- Dave Trumbore
Warning: Spoilers ahead!Season 3 of "The Walking Dead' wrapped up on Sunday, with the long-awaited battle between Rick's (Andrew Lincoln) group and The Governor's (David Morrissey).In the end, a major character died, and the survivors' lives were irrevocably changed. Warning, this recap covers the final episode of the season, "Welcome to the Tombs."The episode started with The Governor beating and stabbing Milton (Dallas Roberts), bringing him to the brink of death, and imprisoning him with Andrea (Laurie Holden) for both their betrayals.The Governor then led the heavily armed Woodbury militia to the prison. The stormed the gates, taking out several towers. After discovering the prisoner seemingly deserted, they descended into "the tombs."Rick's group smoked out the militia using grenades, and as they fled Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and Glenn (Steve Yeun) shot at them. Jody (Tanner Holland), a Woodbury teen, stumbled across Carl (Chandler Riggs) and Hershel (Scott Wilson) while fleeing, »
- tooFab Staff
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